Brooklyn Movie on St Patrick day Roku TV

St. Patrick’s Day – Most streamed Irish movies on Roku Player

Roku TV Is one of the best streaming channels that keeps you entertained in every aspect whether its shows or movies. You will get almost every type of stuff here to watch. Recently, Roku  celebrated St. Patrick’s Day in its own way by showing the Irish movies that might be your favourites as well. If you find night on a couch is more appealing than a night out celebration, then this gift of Roku was for you. Here are the ten Irish-inspired movies that you can stream on Roku or you can also take Roku support

Roku movies on St patrick day

Sing Street (2016)

A boy growing up in Dublin during 1980s escaped his strained family life by starting a band to impress the mysterious girl he likes. This will available at Amazon Video, Netflix, google Play, Vudu, and Fandango NOW.

Brooklyn (2015)

The story is about an Irish immigrant who lands in Brooklyn in 1950, where she quickly falls in romance with a local. But when her past catches her up she must need to choose between the two countries and lives within. This is available to stream at Vudu, Fandango NOW, Amazon Video, Google Play and HBO Now.

Once (2007)

This is the modern-day musical about an immigrant and a busker and their eventful week in Dublin, as they write, rehearse, and record the songs that tell their love. This is available to stream at Vudu, Fandango NOW, Amazon Video, Google Play and Cinema NOW. For more information, you can reach at www Roku com support.

Angela’s Ashes (1999)

The story is based on the best-selling autobiography by Irish expat Frank McCourt. This movie follows the experiences of young Frankie and his family as they try to escape the poverty endemic against all the odds in the slums of pre-war Limerick.  This is available to stream at Vudu, Fandango NOW, Amazon Video, Google Play, Starz Play, and Cinema NOW.

Michael Collins (1996)

This is the historical biopic of Irish revolutionary Michael Collins by Neil Jordan. This is the story of a man who led the guerrilla war against UK and helped negotiate the creation of Irish free state and led the national army during the Irish civil war. This is available to stream at Vudu, Fandango NOW, Amazon Video, Google Play and Cinema NOW.

The Boxer (1997)

This is the story of young Danny Flynn who is released from prison after 14 years after taking the rap for the iRA and tries to rebuild his life in his old Belfast neighborhood. This is available to stream at Vudu, Fandango NOW, Amazon Video, Google Play and Starz Play.

The Boondock Saints (1999)

 This is the story of fraternal Irish twins who set out to rid Boston of the evil men operating there while being tracked down by an agent of FBI. This is available to stream at Vudu, Fandango NOW, Amazon Video, Google Play and Cinema NOW.

In America (2002)

This is the story of the family of Irish immigrants to life on mean streets of Hell’s Kitchen along with grieving the death of a child. This is available to stream at Vudu, Fandango NOW, Amazon Video, Google Play and Cinema NOW.

Waking Ned Devine (1998)

This is the story that revolves around the fellow mates of a lottery winner who dies of shock, and they try to attempt to clown the money. This is available to stream at Vudu, Fandango NOW, Amazon Video, and Google Play.

Five Minutes of Heaven (2009)

This is the story of a former UVF member Alistair Little 25 years after Little killed Joe Griffin’s brother, the media arrange an auspicious meeting between the two. This movie is available to stream at Hulu and Amazon Video.

For any information or detail, you can reach at www support Roku com.

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